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BREAKING: Qatar Grand Prix to replace Australia in November

The Qatar Grand Prix is the replacement of the Australian Grand Prix in November. Formula 1 has finally filled the gap and chooses a race in the Middle East again. The 2021 Formula 1 calendar is an ongoing puzzle for Formula 1 management. Because of the coronavirus it remains uncertain which Grands Prix can and cannot take place, and that makes F1 not only need a plan B, but actually also plan C to Z. On to Qatar F1 has done a good job with this because again a gap has been filled. The Australian GP that was already postponed to November as the first race of the year was later cancelled. This gap in November had not been filled until now but Qatar has been found as a suitable replacement....
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